Place of Zwide: Shoki lets the cat out of the bag on Bra trucks however at what cost.
We are going to learn exactly how hazardous the Character named 'Bra trucks' is and how gullible Nkosi Zwide is.
Nkosi inadvertently hit somebody with the his vehicle while in Thembisa to meet Shoki. We trust it was completely arranged by Bra Carts to trick Nkosi.
Nkosi has been apprehensive about the effect that the mishap may have on his dad's business to where she continues to give Bra Carts cash so the casualty won't uncover him, much to his dismay that Cart is solely after his cash and there was no mishap.
Shoki found that Bra Carts is checking him. Bra trucks told Shoki not to say a word, how will Shoki respond?? Will he pick Bra trucks over his adoration?
Shoki will get together with Nkosi to come clean with his with regards to the mishap. She has all the proof she needs to uncover him however at what cost. Bra trucks is risky and things may end seriously for Shoki.
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